After a three-year hiatus, Fall Out Boy is making a very strong return to music this year. The band’s fifth studio album Save Rock and Roll was released back in April to positive reviews and is now scheduled to drop a punk-influenced EP this month, titled PAX AM Days.
The EP was recorded over a period of two days in July at Ryan Adams’ studio in Los Angeles, PAX AM Studios. The eight ‘short and sweet’ tracks which appear on the EP are heavily influenced by punk rock and hardcore punk.
PAX AM Days is available to stream in full via YouTube, ahead of its release.
The EP is available digitally via iTunes and in a 2-disc set with their new album Save Rock and Roll on October 15, with a limited edition vinyl to follow after on Record Store Day, November 29. Fall Out Boy is scheduled to perform in Europe early next year as a part of their Save Rock and Roll tour, all dates and information can be found on their official website.